35th Annual Love and Hope Ball

Benefits Diabetes Research Institute Foundation

DRI Foundation President and CEO Robert A.
Pearlman, Love and Hope National Chairman
Kathy Simkins, and DRI Scientific Director
Camillo Ricordi, M.D.

Saturday, February 14, 2009, 6:30 p.m.
Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood
954-964-4040

Celebrating the 35th anniversary of the extraordinary Love and Hope Ball, the noble and dedicated ladies of Love and Hope are preparing for A Royal Affair. This magnificent black-tie gala will begin at 6:30pm with a cocktail reception, and the evening will continue in the Great Hall with dinner, live music, dancing, a silent auction, and much more. Though admittance to this elegant anniversary occasion is by invitation only, you can request to be added to the invitation list by calling the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation at 954-964-4040. Proceeds benefit the cure-focused work underway at the Diabetes Research Institute. Please visit www.diabetesresearch.org for more information.

About Diabetes Research Institute Foundation

Love and Hope International
Chairmen Linda and Barry Gibb
enjoyed An Evening of Dance and
Romance at the 34th Annual
Love and Hope Ball

Love and Hope is an integral fundraising group for the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, which was created in 1971 by a small group of parents of children with diabetes – parents committed to finding a cure for this devastating disease.

Driven by hope and fueled by the need to end their children’s suffering, they banded together to support a promising research program at the University of Miami solely aimed at curing those living with diabetes.

Today, the DRI Foundation is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate and committed to finding a cure for their loved ones and millions of others with diabetes.

About Diabetes Research Institute

Love and Hope Exec. Chairman
Sandra Levy with Love and Hope
Life Chairman Sonja Zuckerman

The Diabetes Research Institute, a center of excellence at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, is a recognized world leader in cure-focused research. Since its inception in the early 1970s, the DRI has made significant contributions to the field of diabetes research, pioneering many of the techniques used in islet transplantation.

From innovations in islet isolation and transplant procedures to advances in cell biology and immunology, the DRI is now harnessing the power of emerging technologies to develop new cell-based therapies to restore insulin production.

For the millions of families already affected by diabetes who are looking to the world of science for answers, the Diabetes Research Institute is the best hope for a cure.

To learn more, visit www.diabetesresearch.org or call 1-800-321-3437.